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WE ARE COVERING COLORADO

FIRST WITH YOUR FORECAST COME A

SNOW MADNESS HAS TURNED TO SNOW

MELT, THE SUN WAS OUT TODAY AND

PEOPLE WERE ENJOYING THE BREAK

AT WASHINGTON PARK.

NOW, BRACE YOURSELF BECAUSE

MORE SNOW IS ON THE WAY.

METEOROLOGIST DAVE AGUILERA IS

TRACKING THE FORECAST, DAVE?

WE HAD A LOT OF MELTING

TODAY BUT WE WILL ADD TO IT

COMING UP OVER THE NEXT 24

HOURS.

LET'S RECAP OUR DAY, WITH THAT

SUNSHINE WE MADE IT TO 44

DEGREES AT THE AIRPORT TODAY,

49 DOWNTOWN, WE ALSO ALMOST

MADE IT TO 50, 13 AND 19 WERE

THE MORNING LOWS.

NORMAL IS RIGHT ABOUT 45 SO

THAT IS WHERE WE SHOULD BE.

TEMPERATURES NOW ARE KIND OF

ALL OVER THE PLACE.

OLDER IS AT 50, CENTENNIAL, 50,

THEN YOU GET UP TO WINDSOR,

GREELEY, FT.

COLLINS IT IS IN THE MID TO

UPPER 30s UP THERE.

LONGMONT, 51 DEGREES.

HERE IS A SHOT FROM LAKEWOOD,

JUST UNDER A FOOT OF SNOW FROM

ALEXANDRA UP THERE. CERTAINLY

NOTHING LIKE WHAT HAPPENED IN

THE MOUNDS.

LOOK AT THIS, RABBIT EARS PASS

SEEMS TO BE THE BIG WINNER WITH

OVER FOUR 2 FEET OF SNOW.

54.6 INCHES OF SNOW UP THERE.

41 1/2 IN BUFFALO PARK,

CAMERON, 43,

COPPER MOUNTAIN AND LOVELAND

PASS ARE 32 AND 31

RESPECTIVELY.

IT PILED UP, WE ARE GOING TO

HAVE MORE SNOW COMING IN, IN

FACT ALREADY ON THE RADAR, TAKE

A LOOK.

THE COLD FRONT IS IN WYOMING,

WE HAVE CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY

SKIES ACROSS THE STATE.

MOST OF THE AREAS FROM FT.

COLLINS TO DENVER COULD HAVE A

TRACE TO 1 INCH COMING THROUGH.

HERE IS THE COLD FRONT, THERE

IS ANOTHER SHOT RIGHT BEHIND

IT.

STARTING TOMORROW, COLDER AIR

COMING IN ALONG WITH SNOW.

A LITTLE DUSTING OF SNOW

TONIGHT, TOMORROW MORNING I

THINK WE WILL BE CLOUDY BUT NOT

IN THE WAY OF SNOW.

WE MAKE IT A SHOT FROM DENVER

TO FT.

COLLINS IN THE AFTERNOON AND

EVENING TOMORROW.

WE WILL HAVE SOME ACCUMULATION

OUT OF THAT.

WITH THAT WE WILL START WITH

THE MOUNDS, NOW THROUGH MONDAY

MORNING WE HAVE A WINTER

WEATHER ADVISORY, 5 TO 10

INCHES FROM SUMMIT COUNTY, ALL

THE WAY TO CRESTED.

4 TO 8 FROM ASPEN TO THE FLAT

TOPS.

TOMORROW IN THE AFTERNOON, AND

EARLY EVENING, MAYBE ABOUT A

TRACE TO 1 INCH AROUND THE

METRO AREA.

TOMORROW NIGHT, INTO MONDAY,

ANOTHER TRACE TO AN INCH, SO WE

COULD HAVE A TRACE TO 2 INCHES

OF SNOW, TOTAL, BY MONDAY OUT

OF THE SYSTEM THAT COMES

THROUGH.

THERE WILL BE MORE LIGHT SNOW

ON TUESDAY AND MORE LIGHT

SNOW ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TO

FINISH OUT THE WEEK.

LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL

BE IN THE TEENS AND 20s ACROSS

THE STATE.

HIGH TEMPERATURES TOMORROW, NOT

ALL THAT HIGH.

A LOT OF 20s AND 30s RETURN TO

THE FORECAST.

A LITTLE COOLDOWN COMING OUR

WAY TOMORROW.

TONIGHT, 24 IN THE CITY, A

TRACE TO 1 INCH OF SNOW LATE

TONIGHT, PROBABLY AFTER

MIDNIGHT TONIGHT.

TOMORROW AROUND 30 IN THE CITY,

I TRACE TO AN INCH OF SNOW

TOMORROW.

MOST OF THAT WILL BE IN THE

AFTERNOON.

AND THEN LOOKING AHEAD, 32 ON

MONDAY, MORE LIGHT SNOW, 32 ON

TUESDAY, PARTLY SUNNY, WE MIGHT

GET SOME MORE 40s COMING UP ON

WEDNESDAY AS WELL.

WE ARE NOT GETTING A BREAK AT

ALL.

A LITTLE ROLLER COASTER, THERE.

I HAD ANOTHER WEATHER WATCHER

VISIT WITH THE SECOND GRADERS

AT CENTENNIAL ELEMENTARY.

WE HAD FUN TALKING ABOUT IT.

WE HAD A BIG VISIT, WE DID IT

THE DAY BEFORE THE BIG

SNOWSTORM SO THEY HAD THAT AND

THEN WE ALL GOT DUMPED ON THE

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